Toyota to stop output at one vehicle production line in Japan
A total of 33 employees who had come into contact with the two affected workers have been asked to remain at home.
Toyota Motor Corp on Sunday said it would suspend production on one of its vehicle production lines at a plant near its headquarters in Japan through Wednesday, after a second plant worker tested positive for the Covid-19 coronavirus.
In a statement, the Japanese automaker said another employee at its Takaoka plant in Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture, tested positive for the virus, after it announced its first case of infection at the plant on Thursday.
Toyota said the two employees had worked in close proximity to each other, and that it had asked a total of 33 employees at the site who had come into contact with the two workers to remain at home.
A total of 33 employees who had come into contact with the two... READ MORE
Saudi Airlines Catering is the first company in the GCC to announce... READ MORE
"We need to create scores of temporary hospitals & we have a scarcity ... READ MORE
Serving shisha has been temporarily banned in the UAE to fight the... READ MORE
The salary cut ranges from 25 to 50 per cent, but junior level... READ MORE
'New measures to reduce the cost for small companies' READ MORE
The tournament has been postponed to next year. READ MORE
Over a million students across the country resumed their classes on... READ MORE
All new KT app